BTS’ new film ‘Break the Silence’ coming to theaters next month
The international K-pop sensation BTS has announced its big-screen comeback in September.
On Aug. 7, the boy group’s fourth concert film, titled “Break the Silence: The Movie,” was confirmed by its manager Big Hit Entertainment in a press release that includes the poster of the movie. The film will have limited screenings starting Sep. 10.
The upcoming film will highlight the untold story of BTS’ 2019 world tour “Love Yourself: Speak Yourself,” and will allow fans to see the members’ behind-the-scene moments during their worldwide stadium tour that took them to Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, São Paulo, London, Paris, Osaka, Shizuoka, Riyadh and Seoul.
It is directed by Park Jun-soo, produced by Big Hit Entertainment and distributed by Trafalgar Releasing.
Fans will also get to know more about their BTS idols as “the seven members tell their candid personal stories they have never voiced before.”
Furthermore, BTS’ third feature-length, high-grossing film “Bring the Soul: The Movie” will also be reshown in cinemas from Aug. 28 to 30. More information will be announced later, according to Big Hit.
Tickets will be available at BTS in Cinemas on Aug. 13, but the date is still subject to change and may vary by region.
Ahead of the two movies’ release, it seems like BTS Army fans still have a lot of surprises to look forward to from the K-pop group this August as it recently released the promotional schedule for its upcoming all-English single “Dynamite.” /ra
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